The Hawkeye

Freshmen in the stands at orientation enthusiastically putting their hands together to clap along to the cheers theyre learning.

Freshmen learn the MTHS way

By Jakob Nacanaynay and Terina Papatu September 11, 2022

On Aug. 31, incoming freshmen were given a sample of what the Terrace experience is like at orientation. Two sets of bleachers were almost completely filled by the over 420 students in the class of 2026...

A chart of the most common responses upperclasmen gave when asked what advice theyd give to incoming freshmen. Out of 56 responses, the most common was study more, procrastinate less with 14 people saying it, followed by join clubs and go to school events with 10 responses, be yourself with 9 responses, be humble with 7 responses, socialize with 6 responses, try new things with 5 responses, respect your peers with 3 responses, and last but definitely not least, dont date a junior or senior with 2 responses.

Advice from one class to another

By Maggie O'Hara and Rachel Davis September 11, 2022

While students across the country prepare to return to their academics this September, some go up one step in the same school, and others take a larger step into a whole different experience. Freshman...

Time to spread your hawk wings

By Maggie O'Hara and Cecilia Negash September 8, 2022

Freshman year. The beginning of a new saga. The time where you walk, stumble, trudge even into your new daily life for the next four years. All of a sudden you’re no longer surrounded by familiar faces...

Third annual NOW Show presented to freshmen, serves as guide on how to make the best of high school

By Marianne Nacanaynay, 2018-2019 TEMPO Executive Editor October 26, 2015

The transition from middle school to high school can be a challenge, according to MTHS administration. But the third annual NOW Show presented to freshmen in the MTHS theater on October 14 attempted to...

Freshman class ASB showing their school spirit for the On Wednesdays we wear pink, spirit day. Top row: Eli Longacre, Samuel Bowman, Brianna Hutman, Nina Berry and Ryan Berry. Bottom row: Abraham Portugal, Chase Alberts, Trinh Nguyen and Rosie Lee.

Freshman class ASB: elected and engaged

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor September 24, 2014

The newly elected freshman class ASB were voted upon after giving their speeches September 9th. The votes were then tallied and announced later that day. Results were: Eli Longacre as president, Rosie...

Frosh and JV team updates

By Austin McDermott, Sports Co-Editor December 14, 2012

Women’s JV Basketball (1-3) Following a season where many JV players shared varsity positions, the Hawks have their own Junior Varsity Women’s Basketball team. After defeating the Sultan Turks...

Freshman class ASB, The Little 6

Freshman class ASB, “The Little 6”

By Erick Yanzon September 27, 2012

Since school started, petition for being a class ASB officer for the class of 2016 was available. Candidates need to have at least 10 percent of their class signatures in order to run for a position....

The future of the Hawks

By Dominic DeMiero October 30, 2010

Being on a varsity team is not an every day occurrence, but being a freshman on varsity is usually unheard of. This fall sports season, 14 freshmen have reached the greatest level of competition in...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Hawkeye
$0
$2500
Contributed
Our Goal

Activate Search
freshmen